A modern logo and identity is crucial in a world where people make judgements increasingly quickly based on what they see on the outside. Here are some examples of work we’ve done.
Robert Williams, Exeter
Robert Williams wanted to re-position themselves as a more established agency, following years of a more ‘consumer’ brand. The identity we created for them introduces some items associated with heritage and professionalism such as the seal and the key, along with a new colour scheme, typeface and strapline.
Aston Rowe, London W3
Aston Rowe were a newish agency when we started working with them in April 2013. Although their logo was already set, we introduced the idea of using the ‘ar’ of their logo in words that applied to their business, in order to increase awareness of their brand. Now they’ve opened as second office in Brook Green, that is coming into its own again.
Brand Vaughan, Brighton
They came to us for a quick refresh, but after we’d inspired them with some different options, decided on a complete overhaul of their brand identity, as well as their service offering.
Roger Hemming, Devon
Roger Hemming felt his identity needed updating – and, well, we agreed. We designed a logo which introduced a fresh yet warm colour palette as well as a clever shaping of the letters R and H…
Cooper Adams, West Sussex
Following a change of partners, Shaun Adams wanted to update their identity and reposition themselves more upmarket. By using a nice ‘handscript’ typeface, we were able to build on the proposition that we had developed with them, which was to bring out the personal, boutique-style service and attention that clients receive from Cooper Adams. The darker colours also helped with the upmarket positioning.